Death of Painter Amadeo Modigliani



24 January 1920

Amedeo Clemente Modigliani (12 July 1884 - 24 January 1920) was an Italian artist. He worked mostly in France and became known for paintings and sculptures in a modern style characterized by mask-like faces and elongation of form. Exacerbated by poverty, overworked and addicted to alcohol and narcotics, he died in Paris of tubercular meningitis.

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    Portrait of Jeanne Hebuterne, 1918 Canvas, 46 x 29 cm MNPL 294

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    Reclining female nude. around 1917 Canvas

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    The betrothed.

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    The Little Peasant 1918 Oil on canvas, 100 × 65 cm

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    The yellow sweater,1918-1919 Canvas

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    Head sculpture, lime sandstone 1911/1912 hight including socle: 89,2cm, hight without socle: 63,5cm, width: 14cm, depth: 35,2cm T03760

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    Head. Stone Private Collection

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    Head. Stone Private Collection

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    Nu bleu debout - standing nude in blue.

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    Nu assis a l'encre bleue. Sitting nude, blue ink.

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    Nu assis a l'encre rouge. Sitting nude, red ink.

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    The fat child (L'enfant gras),1915 Canvas,46 x 38 cm

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    Moise Kisling, painter,1915 Canvas,37 x 28 cm

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    Max Jacob, writer and art critic (1916)

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    Portrait Diego Rivera.

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